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Evaluation of brine-bearing sands of the Frio Formation, Upper Texas Gulf Coast for geological sequestration Paper 2001 13 Yes More Information
Capacity investigation of brine-bearing sands of the Frio Formation for geologic sequestration of CO2 Paper 2001 16 Yes More Information
Frio pilot in CO2 sequestration in brine-bearing sandstones Report 2003 174 Yes More Information
Environmental assessment: optimal geological environments for carbon dioxide disposal in brine formations (saline aquifers) in the United States--pilot experiment in the Frio Formation, Houston area Report 2003 131 Yes More Information
Geologic sequestration in the Gulf Coast: subregional considerations (abs.) Abstract 2003 1 Yes More Information
Testing efficiency of storage in the subsurface: Frio Brine Pilot Experiment Paper 2004 30 Yes More Information
The impact of geological heterogeneity on CO2 storage in brine formations: a case study from the Texas Gulf Coast Link 2004 17 Yes More Information
Application of numerical models to development of the Frio Brine Storage Experiment Slides 2005 32 Yes More Information
Pressure Buildup Data Collection and Analysis During Carbon Dioxide Injection at the Frio Brine Pilot (abs.) Abstract 2005 1 Yes More Information
Flow Modeling for CO2 Sequestration: The Frio Brine Pilot Poster 2005 2 Yes More Information
Field characterization of reservoir flow paths using miscible and immiscible tracer tests Abstract 2005 1 Yes More Information
Pressure measurements and buildup analysis at the Frio Brine Pilot Slides 2005 19 Yes More Information
Flow modeling for the Frio Brine Pilot Slides 2005 21 Yes More Information
Comparison of single and multiphase tracer test results from the Frio CO2 Pilot Study, Dayton, Texas Slides 2005 11 Yes More Information
Creating a simplified model using dimensionless groups for CO2 flooding and storage in Gulf Coast reservoirs Slides 2005 27 Yes More Information
Monitoring CO2 storage in brine formations: lessons learned from the Frio field test one year post injection Paper 2006 9 Yes More Information
Measuring permanence of CO2 storage in saline formations: the Frio experiment Link 2006 17 Yes More Information
The effect of faults on dynamics of CO2 plumes Paper 2008 8 Yes More Information
Simplified model for CO2 leakage and its attenuation due to geological structures Paper 2008 8 Yes More Information
Results of numerical investigations at SECARB Cranfield, MS fielt test site Paper 2009 11 Yes More Information
Simplified CO2 plume dynamics for a certification framework for geologic sequestration projects Link 2009 8 Yes More Information
Are single-phase flow numerical models sufficient to estimate pressure distribution in CO2 sequestration projects? Link 2011 7 Yes More Information
Sensitivity analysis of carbon dioxide storage in saline aquifers in the presence of a gas cap Other 2010 112 Yes More Information
Sensitivity study of CO2 storage in saline aquifers in the presence of a gas cap Link 2011 7 Yes More Information
Cranfield Phase III modeling Slides 2011 28 Yes More Information
Numerical modeling of CO2 injection into a typical U.S. Gulf Coast anticline structure Link 2011 7 Yes More Information
Effects of adjacent mud rocks on Co2 injection pressure: model case based on a typical U.S. Gulf Coast salt diapir field under injection Link 2011 0 Yes More Information
CO2 capture and storage (CCS) selected papers: Technical annotated bibliography Other 2008 5 Yes More Information
Characterizing small-scale migration behavior of sequestered CO2 in a realistic geological fabric Paper 2012 15 Yes More Information
A model comparison initiative for a CO2 injection field test: an introduction to Sim-SEQ Link 2012 11 Yes More Information
Leakage characterization through above-zone pressure monitoring: 2 - Design considerations with application to CO2 storage in saline aquifers Link 2012 13 Yes More Information
Leakage characterization through above-zone pressure monitoring: 1- Inversion approach Link 2012 12 Yes More Information
Analytical model of leakage through fault to overlying formations Paper 2012 48 Yes More Information
Role of partial miscibility on pressure buildup due to constant rate injection of CO2 into closed and open brine aquifers Link 2011 11 Yes More Information
Sensitivity analysis of salt precipitation and CO2-brine displacement in saline aquifers Link 2009 16 Yes More Information
Scoping analysis of brine extraction/re-injection for enhanced CO2 storage Link 2012 13 Yes More Information
Analytical model for CO2 injection into brine aquifers-Containing residual CH4 Link 2012 21 Yes More Information
The cross-scale science of CO2 capture and storage: From pore scale to regional scale Link 2012 17 Yes More Information
Reduction of lateral pressure propagation due to dissipation into ambient mudrocks during geological carbon dioxide storage Link 2013 16 Yes More Information
Digital rendering of sedimentary-relief peels: Implications for clastic facies characterization and fluid flow Link 2013 6 Yes More Information
Gulf of Mexico Miocene CO2 site characterization mega transect DE-FE0001941_Part I Slides 2013 34 Yes More Information
Gulf of Mexico Miocene CO2 site characterization mega transect DE-FE0001941_Part 2 Slides 2013 35 Yes More Information
Analytical solution to evaluate salt precipitation during CO2 injection in saline aquifers Link 2009 12 Yes More Information
Numerical simulation: Field scale fluid injection to a porous layer in relevance to CO2 geological storage Paper 2013 6 Yes More Information
Above-zone pressure monitoring and geomechanical analyses for a field-scale CO2 injection project in Cranfield, MS Link 2013 18 Yes More Information
Fundamentals of modelling CO2 movement underground Slides 2013 27 Yes More Information
Fundamentos del modelado de flujo de CO2 en el subsuelo Slides 2013 27 Yes More Information
Static and dynamic reservoir modeling for geological CO2 sequestration at Cranfield, Mississippi, USA Link 2013 14 Yes More Information
CO2 recycling accounting and EOR operation scheduling to assist in storage capacity assessment at a U.S. gulf coast depleted reservoir Link 2013 11 Yes More Information
Modeling and simulation of carbon sequestration at Cranfield incorporating new physical models Link 2013 11 Yes More Information
Modeling above-zone measurements of pressure and temperature for monitoring CCS sites Link 2013 8 Yes More Information
Site characterization and reservoir history matching for geological CO2 sequestration at the S3 site Slides 2012 48 Yes More Information
Optimization of injection rates for geological CO2 storage in brine formations using EASiTool Poster 2014 1 Yes More Information
Pore pressure/stress coupling during fluid injection and its implications on CO2 geological storage Link 2014 0 Yes More Information
Reactive fluid flow in co2 storage reservoirs - Pore network model study Link 2014 0 Yes More Information
Carbon dioxide storage in geologically heterogeneous formations Other 2013 200 Yes More Information
Use of 3-dimensional dynamic modeling of CO2 injection for comparison to regional static capacity assessments of Miocene sandstone reservoirs in the Texas State Waters, Gulf of Mexico Other 2013 152 Yes More Information
Monitoring above-zone temperature variations associated with CO2 and brine leakage from the storage aquifer Link 2014 15 Yes More Information
Above-zone temperature variations due to CO2 leakage from the storage aquifer Abstract 2012 1 Yes More Information
Using analytical and numerical modeling to assess the utility of groundwater monitoring parameters at carbon capture, utilization, and storage sites Abstract 2012 1 Yes More Information
The reservoir performance and impact from using large-volume, intermittent, anthropogenic CO2 for enhanced oil recover Other 2012 125 Yes More Information

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